Florida is a great place to live if you want to keep more tax money in your pocket. The four top ways are as follows:
Maplewood is a large community located within the Coral Springs Drive, University Drive, Ramblewood Drive, and Royal Palm Boulevard. Most of the area consists of 3-4 bedroom, 2-car garage ranch-style homes. Many of the properties have pools and some have canal views. There are no HOA fees in the ungated ...View More
Cypress Run is a wooded, attractive subdivision nestled between Atlantic Boulevard, Lakeview Boulevard, Coral Springs Drive, and Coral Ridge Drive. The lovely, multi-functional Cypress Park is located on its eastern border. Cypress Run properties are predominately 4-bedroom pool homes with 2-car garages. Many are located on canals which offer not ...View More
Coral Springs is a lovely city with a population of approximately 133,000 people. There are many reasons for retiring in Florida. Here are my top 10 reasons someone may choose Coral Springs:
A previous blog post discussed Florida Homestead and Save Our Homes laws. This discussion details what steps you should take to reduce your property tax when you sell your Florida home (or no longer claim it as your primary residence) and buy or declare another Florida home as your primary ...View More
I am a grain-free, seafood-eating vegan (aka pescaterian - yes, it's a thing) who sometimes struggles to find something interesting to eat in restaurants. Here is my list of my favorite Coral Springs restaurants who have at least one delectable dish I enjoy.
1. Pieology - In addition to "regular" pizzas ...View More